Adriaen van de Venne (Delft 1589 - 1662 The Hague)
Materiale e dettagli tecnici
13.8 x 18.8 cm
Adolphe Schloss, Paris, before 1910; his wife, Mathilde Lucie Schloss (née Haas), Paris, 1911-1938; her children, Marguerite, Lucien, Henri, Raymond and Juliette Schloss, Paris, 1938-1939; transferred to Château de Chambon, Laguene, Corrèze, 20 August 1938-13 April 1943; confiscated by the SS and French Gestapo, taken over by the French authorities, 13 April 1943; transferred to German barracks, Tulle, after 13 April 1943-on or before 26 April 1943; transferred to Banque de France, Limoges, on or before 26 April 1943-11 August 1943; transferred to Banque Dreyfuss, Paris, 11 August 1943-3 November 1943; transferred to Jeu de Paume, Paris, 3 November 1943-24 November 1944; transferred to Führerbau, Munich, 24 November 1944-c. 1945; missing after theft, c. 1945-14 August 1947; Central Collecting Point, Munich (Mu-No. 44611); transferred to the Schloss heirs, 21 January 1948; Schloss heirs, 1948-1951; their sale, Paris, Galerie Charpentier, Rheims & Baudoin, 5 December 1951, no. 58 (for 340,000 francs to Hoogendijk); D.A. Hoogendijk Gallery, Amsterdam, 1951-1952; private collection, United States, in or after 1952-2010; private collection, United States, 2010-2021; acquired with the support of the VriendenLoterij, the Rembrandt Association (thanks in part to its Themafonds 17de-eeuwse Schilderkunst) and Mr H.B. van der Ven, 2021
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